I think I'm in the only province where Canadians actually pay monthly health care premiums. My wife and I pay 34 a month, I think. No deductible, literally everything covered.
BC is going to join the rest of the nation next year, I believe
And yes, the notion of downline preventative health care costs is, of course, a hugely significant consideration. You've always struck me as a highly intelligent person. So, obviously you get it. I never expect the same from those espousing the virtues of Retardonomics. And they prove me right every time I revisit this issue.
Here's another thing I like. Here in BC we're in the processing of seguing to $10 a DAY day care too. Imagine that?! Freeing up both parents, so they can work full time if they wish, thereby contributing to the wider economy.
You won't find that on the Retardonomics agenda either. Hey, Eli.
Merry Christmas, brother.